Isotopes in tooth fossils add new clues to debate
The ancient kin of modern elephants may have spent much of their time in lakes, rivers or swamps.
Creatures in the proboscidean genus Moeritherium have
been known for more than a century, but scientists have never agreed about how
the animals lived, says Alexander G.S.C. Liu, a paleontologist at the
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